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Questions From Apr 11 06
64501. As small as motorcycles are compared to cars, meaning it can hold so much less fuel, how often do motorcycle riders have to go to the gas station compared to regular car, van drivers?
64502. Is Manowar still the loudest band in the world as of today in the Guinness World Records?
64505. Why do fish die belly-upward and float to the surface?
64507. Which two actors played Captain Kirk in 'Star Trek'?
64508. Which two actors played Simon Templar?
64509. What is the name given to young fish?
64510. What famed Broadway musical of the 1960s was originally titled 'My Man'?
64511. What female tennis player won the US Open in 1999?
64512. What Los Angeles landmark boasts imprints of Betty Grable?s legs, R2-D2?s wheels, Jimmy Durante?s nose and George Burns? cigar?
64513. What is the only citrus fruit that does not belong to the genus citrus? Eaten whole, its skin is sweet and its flesh tart.
64514. What male tennis player won US Open in 1999?
64516. Miranda Lambert gained fame by being a finalist on what television show?
64519. Does it matter whether the followers of Islam are called Muslims or Moslems or do the two mean slightly different things?
64522. In the show 'Prison Break' Wentworth Miller, who plays Michael, has that huge tatoo all over his torso. How was that applied to his body, and what ink is it?
64523. What is the difference between a leopard and a cheetah?
64524. How many liters of fuel did a T-34 Soviet tank carry?
64525. When did Christians start to fast and why?
64529. In the ancient Roman Empire, they used to massacre Christians in the hundreds because they wouldn't sacrifice animals to the Roman Gods. Now in the movie 'Gladiator' they still worshipped their Gods (around 100 AD or so) and in 'King Arthur' they were Christians (around 4-500 AD) so I'm wondering what happened? Why did they convert?
64530. Who hit the last home run in the old Busch Stadium?
64531. What are the top 5 MLB pitchers with the most home runs in a season?
64532. Tomorrow is the 100th anniversary of the infamous San Fransico earthquake. How many people are alive today who were in that huge disastor?
64533. How many species of animals exist today, including humans?
64534. What is Bananaman's real name?
64536. Who really is Mike Jones?
64539. How many gallons of gas can be made out of one gallon of oil?
64540. When was the character Lindsay Monroe added to the cast of "CSI: NY"?
64541. A man states, "All Cretans are liars. I should know, I am from there." How can this be?
64542. Do burned DVD-Rs work in all DVD players?
64543. What are painted red to camouflage certain stains, have a characteristic internal colour, and as legend goes, amorous couples who hear them will be showered in good luck?
64544. When and how old was Seabiscuit, the famous race horse, when he died?
64545. Are there any conflicts between the Shia (ca.91%) and the Sunni (ca.8%) Muslims of Iran, or are they living peacefully together?
64546. In which Arab countries is the Muslim Brotherhood a legal organization?
64548. At the rate of the polar ice caps melting, how long do scientists believe it will be until the end of the world?
64549. Why do all of the planets in the solar system rotate around the sun on the same plane?
64550. Is Terminal 2E open at Paris's Charles de Gaulle Airport?
64551. Who supposedly became an Anglican priest for fears he may have muddled the Catholic 'Hail Mary' and can anyone give an example of how he became synonymous with Freud?
64552. How is actual proof determined in terms of alcoholic content?
64554. How many more times will our solar system go around the galaxy?
64555. Can someone help me with a list of research done using the Ames Room?
64556. How many sides does an enneagon have?
64557. What is the second most populous city in Europe?
64558. How many wheels does a streetsurfer have?
64559. What female tennis player won the US Open in 1987?
64561. What HBO series was based on a saucy novel by Candice Bushnell?
64563. Yesterday I travelled from Venta Belgarun to Wigorn. Where in England did I go?
64564. Why is marmalade not called "orange jelly" or "orange jam"?
64565. What does the Franz Ferdinand song Jeremy Fraser supposed to mean?
64566. What famous "Bob" is on the movie Quick Change?
64567. Does anyone know what the code in the back of Dan Browns Digital Fortress (128-10-93-85-10-128-98-112-6-6-25-126-39-1-68-78) means?
64568. What is the difference between horsepower and horsepower "on the crank"?
64570. Which artist/band played the longest guitar solo on a track?
64571. Which artist or groups has the most diamond-certified albums?
64572. What is the name of Patsy Cline?s breakout hit from 1957?
64573. What is the meaning of "Paradox of thrift" in the layman lingo?
64574. Do words in Latvian have the same roots as words in English?
64575. I would appreciate it if somone could help me out on this one. I vaguely recall reading an article which describes how a ship used a concentrated volume of sound to ward off some pirates which were attempting to illegally board the ship, and in so doing so successfully fended the pirates off by causing them to become disorientated. What was this new technique called and how was it so effective?
64577. How new do DVD players have to be to play burned DVD-Rs?
64579. Why is soil under heavy leaching always acidic, or is that not necessarily the case?
64580. We are about to celebrate both Jewish and Christian holidays, but if you'd been strolling through a certain important city 2,000 years ago this evening and had seen women dressed in white and running around with torches, what event would you have been observing?
64581. In Romanian, what is the English word for 'commercial' translated to?
64582. Which are the largest stock markets?
64583. Do you have to have a permit of some kind or something like a permit to make wine?
64585. What is the longest time between appearances for a musical guest on Saturday Night Live?
64587. A sportsman is responsible for creating this well known and expensive clothing label. As a result of a bet about some luggage, the symbol also depicted the behaviour of this sportsman during play. What is it, and how does part of the garment relate to abalone?
64588. The ancient Greeks believed that their gods lived on top of Mount Olympus. Didn't anyone ever climb that mountain and disprove that belief?
64589. When does Easter end?
64590. Where do we get the custom of staged egg hunts?
64591. A bout of tummy rumbling and gurgling this morning reminded me of an expression that Americans use, 'I got gas', which I think refers to some kind of stomach condition. We don't use this expression in England; can anyone tell me what the English equivalent might be?
64592. What's the difference between a top and a shirt? Cell and battery?
64593. What celebrated drag racing champ of the ?70s was famed for driving a hot pink car?
64594. What amphibian did Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg keep in his pocket and stroke whenever he needed inspiration?
64595. What Japanese island has U.S. military bases occupying one-fifth of its total land area?
64596. Who was the last Detroit Red Wing to win MVP for the regular season?
64597. What album did k.d. Lang win a Grammy Award for in 1989?
64598. What is the chemical formula for Unplasticised Polyvinyl Chloride (uPVC)?
64600. What Doobie Brothers song won Record of the Year in 1980?
64602. Which player has the longest last name in NFL history?
64604. Which US State owned another State?
64605. What is the Triduum?
64606. How long until the sun explodes, and after it explodes how long will it be from the time it explodes until the Earth freezes?
64607. What hobby did Ashlee Simpson pick up while on the set of "7th Heaven"?
64608. What does this quote come from: "Darkness to light the broken heart brings delight, for through the shattered pane we see the distorted truth, the honest lies"?
64609. The Sun's period of rotation at the surface varies from approximately 25 days at the equator to 36 days at the poles. Deep down, below the convective zone, everything appears to rotate with a period of 27 days. Do you know why?
64611. Is there really an organization called the Life and Death Brigade, and if so, what are some things they do, and how do you get in?
64612. In 2006, which US airline will be the first to serve Africa?
64613. This Sunday, an annual explosion will take place in the center of a storied city somewhere in Europe. What is this ritual, how did it supposedly begin, and with what distinguished and notorious family was it long associated?
64614. What exactly is Emo? What is a Emo person? Why does Emo music often get mistaken for Indie music?
64615. Where exactly was the Andrew Jackson - Charles Dickinson duel fought in 1806?
64616. What artist or group had the longest gap between number one hits?
64617. Can a 16-17 year old marry, say, a 23 year old in Britain?
64618. What is the difference between vanilla ice cream and French vanilla ice cream?
64619. What causes rainbows to appear in the sky?
64620. What's the name for word numerical puzzles such as "1 F O the C N" corresponding to One flew over the cuckoo's nest. and "1 N S" corresponding to One Night Stand? I have full faith in the enormous wisdom of those who inhabit Quizzyland.
64621. What is the difference between a microphone and a headphone?
64622. What is the difference between a navel and belly button?
64623. What male tennis player won French Open in 1992?
64624. What low-budget lodging is known to frugal tourists in Poland as a schronisko mlodziezy?
64625. What comic deadpanned: ?If the pen is mightier than the sword, in a duel I?ll let you have the pen??
64626. From what city did the Beatles fly as they returned ?Back in the USSR??
64627. What original band member played bass for Toto?
64628. What is the favorite drink of Sara Paretsky's private eye, V.I. Warshawski?
64629. What is the title of the album released by Reba in 1991?
64630. What are the names of Christina Aguilera's two canine companions?
64632. Can anyone translate this German for me?
Gedenkbuch - Opfer der Verfolgung der Juden unter der nationalsozialistischen Gewaltherrschaft in Deutschland
64634. In "Gilmore Girls" does Lane's band ever get a name? If so, what is it?
64636. Is "I wish I was" as correct as "I wish I were"?
64637. What specifically is a midriff, as opposed to a stomach?
64639. Nowadays, what is the average human lifespan?
64640. What is the difference between plutonium and uranium?
64643. Known in English by a name that makes many of us think of a large and pompous chicken, this city rose to importance under a famed family and was the birthplace of a significant artist and of a prominent financier/philanthropist, who established his reputation in another country and was mentioned in the works of some great novelists. What is the city, who were the artist and the financier, and who's the chicken?
64644. In old "silent" films, if they were able to record and play music, then why couldn't they play people talking?
64645. What type of stone would be used to talk to the gods?
64646. If the boatswain pipes so I'll belay; batten down the hatches, then what's on?
64647. Is there any connection between the cartoon The Pink Panther and the movie with the goofy detective The Pink Panther?
64651. Who is Neville Bartos? Mark Chopper always mentions him on his hillarious sketch shows at www.ronniejohns.com.au
64652. In Australia, aircraft registrations start with VH. Why is this?
64654. Which was the first musical to have its soundtrack released as a record album?
64655. How come Christianity is not allowed in US public schools?
64658. In what episode of "Gilmore Girls" does Lane's band receive its name, Hep Alien?
64659. Can anyone think of a link between the following:
Sir Percy Blakeney, Santa Claus (the movie), Troy Tempest, The Golden Fleece, Roberto Duran?
64660. What part of the chick is the "white" of the egg? What part of the chick is the yolk?
64661. What will happen if we put gasoline in a diesel engine?
64663. Who is older Yoda or Sidious?
64666. Who was the first woman to climb Mt. Everest? Which country was she from?
64667. In Spiderman for the SNES where are all the Fantastic Four members in the sewer? Could you tell me how to get to them? And please don't send me a reference sight, just copy and paste.
64668. Who attempted to break up Pessoa's only known relationship with a woman?
64669. What is the difference between the JP1 aviation fuel and the JP4 aviation fuel?
64670. Who won the Adelaide Turf Cricket Association's A1 premiership??
64672. If a cartoon draws a likeness to a celebrity and actually uses that celebrity's name, can the cartoon creators be sued by the celebrity?
64674. When is the new Airbus A380 actually going to be flying for an Airline?
64675. What font does "Temptation: The New Sale of the Century" from Australia use?
64676. Which ocean has an Easter Island?
64677. A lot of countries use cents, centavos, centimes, etc., to show there are 100 of them in the main currency unit. One country has 100 'thousandths' in its main unit. Which is it?
64678. Who is the longest- serving English Manager in the premiership?
64679. Who was the last English Manager to win a domestic trophy?
64680. In the Harry Potter books, Hermione had once read that Durmstrang puts lots of emphasis in the Dark Arts. What was that book called?
64681. Do you know what a SYFT is? Something you can get on e-Bay?
64682. With connections to a UK Prime Minister, a Shakespearean favourite, and to an insect sometimes referred to as a locust, this item has a selection devoted to a famous historic novelist. What are they, who was the author, and what two novels are portrayed in the packaging?
64684. Does anyone know when the next volume in the 'Seinfeld' DVDs is going to be released?
64685. What is a beyblade?
64686. Is pyloric stenosis a genetic disease? I have found some articles that say it is while others don't mention it being.
64687. Is there anyway to find out which tablets have shells made from gelatine?
64688. Is 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre' based solely upon Ed Gein or is the film also based upon other serial killers?
64689. Does anyone know how old Michaela Conlin is? She plays Angela Montenegro on "Bones" which airs on Fox.
64690. Assuming normal maintainance, how many times does the average Tilt-a-whirl car spin during a two-minute ride?
64691. In the movie "Aviator" starring Leonardo DiCaprio, what kind of cookie did Howard Hughes precisely ask for while screening and making his movie "Hell's Angels"?
64692. In V.C. Andrews' book "Heaven", Heaven Casteel was adopted by a woman named Kitty Dennison. Was Kitty older than Heaven's father, Luke Casteel?
64693. Does anyone remember the exact message in the bottle in the movie "Message in a Bottle" starring Kevin Costner?
64694. Which artist or group had to wait the longest to have their first number one hit? In other words, what is the longest gap between a group's first Top 40 hit and the first number one?
64695. Did Germany keep any parts of Silesia after World War II?
64696. Where is the Ettamoggah Pub?
64697. Was the city of Gdansk (Danzig) ever ruled by Sweden?
64698. Sorry about all of the "world ending questions", but when will we run out of all natural resources?
64699. How do you find a surface area of a rectangular prism between 195cm² and 205cm²?
64701. Bronson Arroyo, a former member of the Boston Red Sox and a current member of the Reds has hit two home runs recently. How far were these home runs?
64702. Where are the cast members of "What's Happening Now!!" today?
64704. Which unusual disaster that hit a number of Turkish farmers in July last year is paralleled by a very similar disaster in a Thomas Hardy novel?
64705. What is the 5 letter word for 'not sixth part of a circle' with letters 'p' as first letter 'l' as second and letter 'm' as fourth?
64706. What is the deepest, lowest manmade structure underground below the earth?
64707. Who sang "Times Like These" (rock genre)?
64708. Who sang the song on the start of 'Flight of the Phoenix' with a line saying, "I've been everywhere man, I've been everywhere man," then he names a lot of US cities?
64709. What is the simplest formula for the area of a trapezium (or if you are American, trapezoid), given a,b,c and d, the lengths of its four sides?
64710. Before he became the first president of a certain country he was responsible for numbers of British schoolchildren collecting horse chestnuts. Who was he and what were the horse chestnuts used for?
64714. What does "Voulez Vous" mean?
64715. What is the highly criticised Aussie tourism slogan?
64716. In the Harry Potter books, who broke Frank Longbottom's wand?
64717. Who refused to shoot a scene for 'Terms of Endearment' because she had a large pimple?
64718. What male tennis player won US Open in 2001?
64720. What city did the Beatles fly from as they returned ?Back in the USSR??
64721. What is the difference between a street and a road?
64722. What was "just a kiss away" in the Stones' 'Gimme Shelter'?
64723. What is the title of Louis XIV?s debut full-length album?
64724. Which London hotel does Sandra Bullock always stay at?
64725. Which is the highest capital city in the world, in terms of altitude from sea level?
64726. Is it true that kangaroo means "I don't know"?
64727. Did Brian Jones write or sing lead in any of the Rolling Stones songs?
64728. What year was Earth Day first celebrated?
64729. What song was a number 1 hit on the UK charts that only peaked at a number, 25 thru 100 (inclusive) on the US Billboard charts?
64730. What makes a computer crash?
64731. What is Cleopatra's early childhood experience?
64732. Today is the 100th anniversary of what geologic event?
64733. How does an Etch A Sketch work?
64734. What is the Chabad-Lubavitch movement?
64735. In Cricket, how many times has India beaten Australia in the world cup matches? What about Australia beating India?
64736. Guess who died on today's date but a different year? He was born on January 17, 1706.
64737. Which artist or group had the most US Top 40 hits without ever reaching number one?
64738. What dance moves were involved in "jacking" as in the 1980s hit "Jack Your Body"?
64739. Who popularized house music while working at the Warehouse?
64740. What are the dimensions?
64741. Why was the A380 built?
64742. Who is James Russell? (Plays cricket, I think.)
64743. What was the only major league baseball team to reach the postseason every year from 1992 through 1999?
64744. How many US physicians are there?
64746. What famed sitcom character had endured the last names Gerard, Rousseau and Morgenstern?
64747. When was Europe first named, and who decided its boundaries?
64748. Who or what is the continent of Asia named after?
64749. Claude Debussy's renowned experimentation was with which instrument?
64750. Who are Lloyds Helicopters and where do they operate? I'm also looking for a list of pilots who flew for Lloyds (also known as CHC Helicopters) in Australia, dating back to 1995.
64752. Who was the only entertainer to perform on both sides of the Atlantic (courtesy of the super-sonic Concorde) during the Live Aid concert?
64753. Why is the abbreviation of Palau "PW"? Why couldn't it be "PL"?
64754. This famous bridge was named after a battle of two US Civil War ships at a place that also shares its name with a London street. Where is this bridge, what is highly remarkable about it, and why is it widely and incomprehensively confused with a Scandanavian structure of similar dimensions? (By Googling names of both structures you will end up with the same picture, go figure..)
64755. What Mideast city was Terry Waite abducted from, in 1987?
64756. Do mushrooms grow after they come out of the ground?
64757. In 1962, what team lost the most games in MLB history?
64758. Why is the efficieny of a 4-stroke engine more than a 2-stroke engine and which is the major cause of it being so?
64759. How many pitchers have won 250 games in their careers?
64760. Arrange them in increasing order of their strength - mercury, wood, mild steel, glass, titanium, plastic.
64761. What is the official religion in the United States?
64762. What musical group's name is the same as the title of a US Billboard Top Ten hit ?
64763. Who stopped mid-swing on a live TV charity golf match to sign a Houston Rockets contract?
64764. Is the name yahoo inspired from Jonathan Swift's "Gulliver's Travels"?
64765. In what comic book were Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention pictured in as a rock combo playing onstage, and what year was the comic from?
64766. Did the city state of Lübeck, Germany ever possess land in what is today Scandinavia?
64767. What is a hemidemisemiquaver?
64768. In 1814, after the Napoleonic Wars, Denmark received Swedish Pomerania in return for Norway. However it had to give up Swedish Pomerania in 1815. Why?
64769. If I had the opportunity to choose between items of white, pink, red, blue, green, black and lavender, in that order, why would I pick lavender, what are these colours specifically related to, and where would I be?
64770. Which UK top ten punk cover of the theme tune of a fictional pop band ended with the band saying "see you all in the year 2000"?
64771. A certain insect has a subspecies name that indicates the famous prediction of its existence. By whom was that prediction made and how?
64774. What's the difference between viruses, germs, and bacteria?
64775. What film critic offers a festival of ?overlooked? films every year in Champagne-Urbana?
64776. What 18th-century hero's remains were removed from their original burial site in France and placed in a crypt at the US Naval Academy?
64779. What golfer won the 1968 Masters?
64780. Which sport came first - Rugby league or rugby union?
64781. Besides Nick Valensi, who?s the other guitar player for The Strokes?
64782. How did the color yellow come to symbolize cowardice?
64783. What UK singer has Chinese/Scottish heritage?
64784. What is a desktop theme?
64785. Who invented the speed gun?
64786. Which country singer said he doesn't like to hunt, fish or golf?
64787. How many US States have federal designated wilderness areas?
64788. What will a green kiosk only take for payment?
64789. During the American Civil War thousands of individual actions took place between Union and Confederate forces ranging all the way from unnamed skermishes involving less then a hundred men to named major battles involving eighty thousand or more. Is there a website that gives the exact count of all these actions as well as listing where each took place, and perhaps even the numbers involved?
64790. Which general do the British regard as the greatest leader of land armies in their military history, and why do they believe this one individual was so exceptional?
64791. Who said, "Scared of Tyson? I'm more scared of your hair-do"?
64792. Audy Murphy was the most decorated soldier in U. S. military history but who was his British counterpart and what decorations was this person awarded?
64793. Who, according to a NOP survey in 1998 do young men call most on their mobile phones?
64794. During World War II there was a movement in Ireland to side with the Axis powers. Who lead this movement and just how far did it get?
64795. In what "Smallville" episode do viewers learn that Martha is pregnant?
64796. On 'Veronica Mars' we learn that there is a character named Priscilla Banks. In what episode might you find this mentioned, and what did the character prefer to be called?
64797. What Chinese leader (perhaps Emperor) made the official colour of China yellow, and what else does he get credit in making? Also, approximately how long did he live and rule?
64798. Which TV presenter mocked Beyonce's Ability on TV?
64799. How many 'Now' (Now That's What I Call Music) albums are there at present, including the latest?
64800. What was James K. Polk's favorite food?
64801. What were James K. Polk's hobbies?
64802. Is Chris Tomlin married?
64803. Is that true that around 7% of the US workforce has a graduate degree? If no, what is the figure? In addition, what is the percentage of the US workforce that has a terminal (JD, MD) and doctoral degree (PhD) respectively?
64804. Does Daisuke from D N Angel like Riku or Risa? And how about Dark, does he still like Riku?
64805. Does anyone know if you need a passport to travel from the US to the Bahamas, or where I can find out? Or if other identification other than a passport can be used?
64806. I am an Australian pending to go overseas to England. One of my grandparents was born in England, and one of my grandparent's grandparents was English as well. How long would I be able to live in england if i got my passport and visa?
64807. What does the S stand for in Ulysses S. Grant's name?
64808. Can DNA evidence alone identify the race, ethnicity, and traits of an individual, or do they need a suspect first to determine whether the DNA matches?
64809. One of his most well known pieces was created while suffering from delusions associated with extreme hunger. He pioneered an intriguing concept of art by which the artist performs the opposite of what conventional painters usually do. Later in life he dabbled with another concept in which the National Gallery of Canberra proudly displays an example. Who is this, what techniques did he pioneer, and can you provide a picture of the example in Canberra?
64810. What British King would be regarded as the bravest and the best hand to hand fighter?
64811. My friend has a 100cc scooter but without any clutch (I mean no gears), so does his scooter have a flywheel?
64812. Where and when was JJ Abrams born?
64813. Where and when was Damon Lindelof born?
64815. Why is Switzerland called the playground of Europe?
64817. Driving around, I have noticed small groups of Jewish people, I say Jewish beacuse one or two are always wearing "yamacas" i think, walking along the side of the road going somewhere, is this some kind of custom to walk instead of drive to your destination, and this is in the suburbs not in the city, I would not think much of it, but I have seen at least on three ocassions in many different areas this happening?
64818. What U.S. president's homestead attracts visitors to sleepy Plymouth Notch, Vermont?
64819. How did Murphy, namesake of Murphy's Law, die?
64820. What male tennis player won Wimbledon in 2002?
64821. What anal-retentive character did Dick Wilson play in TV toilet paper ads for 21 years?
64822. Was Kurt Cobain murdered or did he commit suicide?
64824. 1980s teen fiction series, set in California, not Sweet Valley High -- main character named Nadia
64825. On the DS version of 'Animal Crossing' how many characters are there that could come and live in your village? I only know a few people with the game but no one has any of the same villagers as anyone else.
64826. Which one of the following planets is known for its main seven rings made up of icy particles: Saturn, Pluto, Jupiter, or Venus?
64827. The ice in glaciers always starts melting from which part: the top suface, the layers in the middle, or the bottom layer?
64828. Who was Marie Samuels?
64829. What was the first university football team to use numbers on their uniforms ?
64830. How much does the exterior paint on a space shuttle weigh?
64832. What musician is credited with introducing the mullet hairstyle? Billie Rae Cyrus?
64833. What is a "Pfeffersack" in German, except from a sack of pepper?
64834. Which member city of the Hanseatic League was the most remote from its capital, Lübeck?
64835. This mysterious organization, associated with a certain flower and a religious symbol, supposedly began in the 15th century and experienced a resurgence in the 17th. Some scholars suspect it was originally a hoax, but it's said to be connected with Gnosticism, Egyptian mysteries, alchemy, Islam, and Freemasonry, as well as Christianity, and has spawned various modern incarnations. What is this hermetic order?
64837. What exactly is the scientific Latin name for the Tasmanian devil? And what of the Tasmanian tiger?
64838. How many cities were members of the Hanseatic League?
64839. If I have an iPod Mini and I buy an iPod Nano is there some way to transfer the songs from the Mini to the Nano?
64840. Neil Diamond graduated from Brooklyn's Abraham Lincoln High School and attended what University for a time?
64841. What species of fungus is that most commonly depicted in garden ornaments and fairy tales and why has it become the standard for this purpose?
64842. If "eponymous" means "named after a particular person," what word means "named after a particular place"?
64843. What are the commonest initials of people born in the UK? What would the answer have been for France, Germany or Italy?
64844. What is the difference between a member city of the Hanseatic League and a city with a principal or subsidiary Hanseatic Kontore (counting house)?
64845. Did Michelangelo belong to a art movement/group, and which one?
64846. Is the red to green time ratio on standard red/amber/green traffic lights a built in feature, is it programmed at source or is it controlled externally? Or does this vary considerably from light to light?
64847. What is the "You are here" arrow on a map called?
64848. Which film has had the greatest number of Oscar-winning actors in it, that is those who had won Oscars prior to the film's release?
64849. What pop singer disguised himself at Disneyland by wearing a mask and using a wheelchair?
64850. What's a Slow Harry?
64851. I just noticed, in almost every Hollywood produced movie trailer I can remember, the familiar guy's voice in every single one of them. Who is this guy or do they use many different people with similar sounding voices?
64852. Who once coined a phrase, created a religion, had his ashes spread somewhere impossible to reach, and designated the world's most famous pop group at the time to write a theme song for his election campaign, and what specifically was he reknowned for?
64854. Frank Sinatra had Martin Melcher banned from the set of which movie?
64856. Why did Northwest Airlines suspend nonstop flights between Detroit-Beijing and Detroit-Shanghai?
64857. What is the longest running online game?
64858. What is the difference between the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and the Gross National Product (GNP)?
64859. Who is Isengrin?
64860. If Beethoven was German, then why did he have the Dutch "van" Beethoven instead of the German "von" Beethoven?
64861. What is the thin black layer of material that covers a Lucky Draw scratch card?
64862. What Canadian comedy troupe consisted of Bruce, Dave Kevin, Mark, and Scott?
64863. What Democratic Speaker of the House said he?d occasionally cook, ?just to see how easy women?s work is??
64864. Who won the Daytona 500 in 1988?
64865. The Eagles album 'On the Border' was released in 1974 in what month?
64866. Who was the first English man to step in Kolkata, India?
64867. Who played guitar for the singing trio Three Dog Night?
64868. Who became a grandmother at 29?
64869. Who used the name aka Marie Samuels ?
64870. Who won the championship in 1962?
64872. Does changing the size of the exhaust pipe, or the silencer in case of bikes result in any drop of fuel efficiency and/or power of the bike?
64873. Is downloading mp3s and videos from p2p softwares like Ares, iMesh, LimeWire, etc., illegal, and can we get caught doing so?
64874. Which former Premier League team has spent the most time out of England's top football league?
64876. What is Zac Efron's birthday?
64877. What one hit wonder group from the 80s was named after Spock?s Vulcan mother from the original Star Trek series?
64878. Following on from question #64868, at what age could girls marry in Kentucky in 1948?
64879. What is the name of the Seether album released in 2002?
64880. What are the names of all the (usable, excluding bag items) items collected in Wind Waker?
64881. I recently came across a muscle reading technique called "hellstromism". What exactly is it and how does it work?
64882. Who are Zac Efron's parents?
64884. What is Zac Efron's middle name?
64886. In this now-classic children's book, two siblings run away from home and live for a while in a famous cultural institution. While there, they encounter a mystery, which they are eventually able to solve by visiting someone whose name appears in the book's title. What is the book, where do the children hide out, and what is the mystery?
64887. When did the WWE first air?
64889. How do you remove a chocolate frosting stain from a shirt that has already been washed and it didn't come out?
64890. What is the most common male and female names in the United States?
64891. Who invented the Easter Bunny?
64892. What was "the Flemish Hansa" and who were its principal members?
64893. Is there a law against standing for 8 hours in a job?
64894. How many countries do not have a military?
64895. Who is the only Green Bay Packer in a uniform in Super Bowl I that did not play in the game but is in the NFL Hall of Fame?
64896. In 'Napoleon Dynamite Rex' the martial arts instructor bragged about going home to what woman each night?
64897. What is the name of the last two Beatles albums as a group? A hit song is the name of one album.
64898. What cartoon character used to borrow money and promise to pay it back the fifth Tuesday of the next month?
64899. Using Paris, in France, as an example, what are at least three other relatively famous cities that can also be girls' names?
64900. Do female cats "spray" to mark their territory?
64902. What is the name of the band on Ted's T-shirt in "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure"?
64903. What Formula One driver had the longest gap between wins?
64904. If you were to go directly from Chicago, Illinois, in the United States, through the core of the earth and to the other side, where would you be?
64907. What famous cowgirl was an army scout, a teamster and a part-time prostitute?
64908. Looking at computer prices, I notice huge price differences from $400 to $2000, what could account for such differences considering they all have similar hard-drive storage and RAM memory?
64909. To what does Dorian Lydian Phyrgian and Mixolydian refer?
64910. Are birds dinosaurs?
64911. Who coined the term monetarism?
64912. How old is the River Nile?
64913. Any truth to the rumor that Peter Jackson is going to make a Hobbit movie?
64914. What driver started the most cup races without ever posting a win in his career?
64915. What caused 'Fawlty Towers' to be cancelled after only 12 episodes?
64916. How much hydrazine fuel did it take the Mars pathfinder to get to Mars?
64917. What dead person has these three things in common: The letter of the Law, 1408, and ET?
64918. Approximately how much does a spaceship weigh?
64919. What direction feels like going downhill to Ents?
64921. What children's song has lyrics that contain over 60 actual world locations in it?
64922. Ok then, what is the average weight of a spaceship?
64923. What causes our stomaches to growl?
64925. How do you say "shut up" in Latin?
64926. "In omnia paratus" means what in Latin?
64927. What do all Latin based languages have in common?
64928. Who was the first non-Arab leader of an Arab country?
64929. How do you say "Melissa" in Chinese?
64930. Where was Jesus crucified?
64931. Who was appointed Israel's prime minister in April 2006?
64932. What television show was the premise for the 2005 movie "Serenity"?
64933. The school bus, driven by Otto, is often shown stopping outside the Simpsons house to pick up Bart and Lisa. They and the other children are then taken to Springfield Elementary, but which school do the Flanders children, who live next door, attend?
64934. How many dolphins were killed in the fishing nets of commercial tuna boats in 1994?
64935. What is a "McCarty"?
64936. The Billy Joel song, "Big Shot" was written about the ex-girlfriend of what famous Rock n Roll icon?
64939. How would you answer a question like, "How many gasoline stations are there in your country?" Surely no one expects a straight answer here but what would be your approach?
64940. What is the difference between diesel fuel or engines and whatever else there is?
64941. Whose poster-sized mug shot hangs on the office wall of the Bada Bing in The Sopranos?
64942. Can anybody tell me the names of some well known American prisons apart from Alcatraz and Folsom?
64943. What is the Spear of Destiny and where is it?
64944. What is the Holy Grail and where is it?
64945. Why is Easter Monday celebrated by the Orthodox Church today and the Catholic and Protestant churches celebrate the Resurrection last week, seven days earlier?
64946. In what year did construction of the Vehicle Assembly Building begin?
64947. Where does the name Asia come from?
64948. Why is it not advisable to use cell phones at a LPG gas filling station?
64949. Is the correct term "the crawl" or is it "freestyle"?
64952. Which species of fish live the longest?
64953. What is Elijah Wood's middle name?
64954. Brother of an architect who worked on one of his country's most famous buildings, this government official helped create a new genre of literature by putting into print a collection of oral tales under a name that is now familiar to children throughout the western world. Who was this man and to whom were the stories credited? Oh, and what is that building?
64955. How do dryer sheets get rid of static electricity?
64956. When is Franz Ferdinand's next album due?
64957. What makes black mold so deadly?
64958. If I dismantle a certain ?item,? thoroughly wash all parts, attach Angora (my preference), replace the original flat backed ?complex light detectors,? paint the inside of all parts lavender, drill necessary holes, insert black felt and a magnet if desired, properly weight the parts, reassemble, apply white details with protective coat, apply outer coloring and then, finally embellish...what will I have made?
64959. Is there any evidence that the use of a dragon by the Welsh influenced the English in their choice of a dragon-slayer as England's patron saint?
64960. Today are there any ruling governments that consider themselves to be facist?
64961. During the American Civil War, President Lincoln offered to make a foreign subject a Union general. The man declined, saying he'd only serve if he were made commander in chief. Who was he?
64962. A license is required and a vigorous exam to be passed in order to work with it. A particular knife must be used for this procedure, whilst activated carbon is used in emergencies. What am I referring to, and why does the law require disposal of bodyparts in designated secured barrels?
64963. What is the largest displacement used on a 2006 production street-legal vehicle?
64964. What is wrong with the expression "ye olde"?
64965. What is Martina McBride?s maiden name?
64966. Who were some important French women in the 17-1800s?
64967. The word GOLF (supposably) originally stood for what?
64968. What female Austrailian won the Open in 1992?
64969. Whose response to a 1958 FBI report documenting the existence of the Mafia in the U.S. was blunt ?Baloney??
64970. What is namby pamby?
64972. At Lake Compounce the thrilling ride Thunder n Lighting is a ?screaming swing? that sends riders up to 90 feet in the air at ____ mph?
64973. What is a collection of pens called?
64974. In what comic book was Frank Zappa and his band 'The Mothers of Invention' pictured as a rock combo playing onstage, and what year is the book from?
64975. Why do/did firehouses have spiral stairs?
64976. Anthrax is a spore that's currently afflicting cattle in sleep South Wales. But since it's a spore, what does it actually grow into?
64977. What day of the week do theater folk consider unlucky for an opening night?
64978. In 'Fat Lip' by Sum 41, what is the rap sung at the beginning of the song?
64979. How does water make metals oxidize?
64980. What team holds the NBA single-season record for three-point field goals?
64982. In the new movie,"The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe," how does Lucy enter the wardrobe in the middle of the night if she is looking for Narnia? I thought you could only go into Narnia through the wardrobe if you weren't looking for it. This is the point in the movie where Edmund follows her and he first goes in.
64983. From what book did the Doors get their group?s name?
64984. The Who pioneered the use of what electronic equipment to enhance the sound of their live performances?
64985. What is Tripe?
64986. In 2005, a branch of the Royal Canadian Legion made a significant faux pas in an advertising campaign. What was it?
64987. What is the tarantula that is used in the first
'Home Alone' film?
64988. On a game between the Buffalo Sabres and the St. Louis Blues on March 22, 1989, the goalie for the Sabres was injured. What caused the injury and what kind of injury was it?
64989. If antibiotics kill bacteria and sulfonamides don't, why aren't antibiotics always perscribed?
64990. Why did capitalism come first to Europe and not to Asia?
64991. What types of dogs, or what kind of breed are the dogs used in the movie "The Patriot"?
64992. When did it become customary for American presidents give an annual address to Congress on the "State of the Union"?
64993. Which famous character in a 19th century novel is said to have been based on a foreign author who outstayed his welcome?
64994. Who plays Jackson in the movie "Cow Belles"?
64995. Who is the Queensland State President of the Returned and Services League of Australia?
64996. What is the record for the farthest distance a rubber band has ever been shot?
64997. What were Michelangelo's preferred materials?
64998. What 2006 street-legal production car has the most horsepower?
64999. When did Band Aids brand stop using red string tear strips?